Motorola Droid RAZR

Motorola: 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced with 960×540. Yet another Super AMOLED variety. Likely a RGBW or RGBG PenTile Matrix sub-pixel structure. Motorola focuses on video playback, and rightly so. Compared to the iPhone 4/4S it has a larger display but less pixels. And about that 7.1-mm thinness: How thick is the fat part?

Update: Brian Klug, AnandTech:

The thing that gets left out of most discussions about the RAZR’s display is that although RGBG is used, the subpixels have a different geometry than their RGBG first and second generation (AMOLED and Super AMOLED) partners from Samsung. Previously, green subpixels were noticeably thinner than their R and B partners. In this new matrix, they’re much closer to being same size (this also applies to the Galaxy Nexus and any of the new Samsung AMOLED panels that don’t use RGB stripes).

With respect to the RAZR, the combination of this more uniform subpixel geometry and higher effective resolution (qHD) at 4.3” makes RGBG PenTile nowhere near as visually noticeable as it was on phones like Galaxy S. I originally tweeted that I found the RAZR display visually different than other AMOLED panels with RGBG, and this is what I was referring to. Subjectively I’d even say that the RAZR has less characteristic PenTile grain than the RGBW LCD variants I’ve seen recently.

PenTile Matrix, but with less of the disadvantages. Color accuracy is still an issue, time will tell whether it will be less of one.